The Commissioner for Education, Alhaji Sanusi Sa’idu-Kiru, announced this at a news conference by the ministry.
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The NECO Registrar/Chief Executive, Prof. Dantani Ibrahim Wushishi, stated this on Thursday in Abakaliki.
The examination body in a statement signed by the Head, Information and Public Relations Division, Azeez Sani and made available to journalists appealed to them to do so in order to facilitate the release of the result of such candidates.
The Council said 878,925 candidates, representing 71.64 per cent, made five credits, including Mathematics and English language
About 18,000 candidates slated for the examination are being notified through messages via their phone numbers and JAMB profiles
The state commissioner for Information, Malam Muhammad Garba, who briefed newsmen on the outcome of the council meeting in Kano, said the sum of N11, 000.00 per head for the 2,595 verified candidates for NECO has been approved, totaling N28, 545,000.00, while a total of N1, 805, 000.00 million would be spent at the rate of N9, 500.00 per candidate for NBAIS examination.
This is coming on the allegations of some infractions in the just concluded 2020 Senior Secondary Certificate Examination.
Azeez Sani, NECO Head Information and Public Relations, disclosed this in a statement on Monday.
The Council in a statement on Wednesday by the Head Information and Public Relations Division, Azeez Sani, said it has been constrained by circumstances beyond its control as a result of the protest.
The Registrar and Chief Executive of NECO, Prof. Godswill Obioma, announced this while briefing newsmen in Minna, Niger State on Tuesday.
The Minister of State for Education, Chukwuemeka Nwajiuba, stated this at a media briefing of the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19 on Monday in Abuja
The Minister of state for Education, Chukwuemeka Nwajuba, made the announcement when he spoke with newsmen in Abuja on Tuesday
The reaffirmation of the sack of the candidate of the Young Peoples Party in the February 23, 2019 election was made by Justice Bello Kawu on Friday
No fewer than 129 inmates of the Enugu Maximum Security Prison of the Nigeria Prison Service will sit for the National Examination Council November/December examination.
The Acting Registrar of National Examination Council, Abubakar Gana, says the ongoing reforms embarked upon by the council are beginning to yield results.
The National Examination Council on Wednesday called on the public to disregard online publications purporting that the council is planning to recruit new members of staff, explaining that it was the antics of fraudsters to dupe unsuspecting applicants.
The candidates, who are taking shelter in Internally Displaced Persons camps in the state, told the News Agency of Nigeria on Thursday that the attacks prevented them from writing the NECO Basic Education Certificate Examination and the Senior Secondary Certificate Examination.
The NGO made the call in a statement signed by Shuaib Umar, Executive Director and Carl Umegboro, Director, Strategy and publicity, ESJI made available to newsmen in Abuja on Thursday.
Rumour had made the rounds that the three top officials of the council had been sacked, but a competent source in the council disclosed on Sunday that the men were on suspension
Prof. Charles Uwakwe, the Registrar of the council, said this in Abuja on Thursday at the 2017 National Conference of Exam Ethics Marshal International.